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Thursday, 22 November 2012

Welcome romance author, Marchelle Wallace!!

What the Hellsville?
(Book 2, Redneck Heaven Series)
by Marchelle Wallace
Published by MW Publications
150,000 words/484 pages (eBook and print formats)
Contemporary Romance (Comedy)
Heat Level: Steamy

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He’s Charmed, She’s Enchanted… (Yep those are their real names)

With names like that do you think you know how this romance ends?

A Moat Monster, A dog named Prince, Twibs and PU’s

Merlyn, Raven, Draco… Do you still think you have it figured out?

Sarah Hells and her Merry band of Misfits just might leave you asking that age old question…

What the Hellsville?

What the Hellsville?
(Book 2, Redneck Heaven Series)


“Oh Lookey, Chantilly, Charmed is giving rides on the digging thingy. Are you in line too?” Sarah nudged her with her scooter and waited expectantly for Enchanted’s answer. “It’s nice that you’re up and at ‘Em so early; almost like a normal person. I suppose it was too much to ask that you shower and change before coming out to play. Could you at least close your robe? You’re going to give all these hard working men a heart attack with the amount of skin you’re flashing.”

“Not now Gran. Oh God, I think I’m going to puke.” Enchanted said, looking around wildly, her eyes glassing over.

“You can’t puke until after you have a ride, everyone knows that. Good lord Chantilly, what would all of these men think if you puked before you even had a turn? If you want their respect, you have to ride on the swing first and then puke. You never did have the stomach for exciting rides, unlike me, who is always up for anything. Well maybe Charmed can work on that for you; he looks like he can handle anything.” Sarah told her as she zoomed away and shooed the rest of the crew out of the way so she could get a better spot in line. Dudley deftly scaled her back with minimum claw work and sat on her shoulder for a better view. Enchanted ignored him as she always did figuring he must have been a parrot in a former life, or maybe he was destined to be one in the next life.

Enchanted watched spellbound as Charmed slowed the excavator down to a crawl, expertly working the three joysticks to angle the boom in and out to help slow the momentum of the rider, never taking his eyes off the man on the rope. Charmed slowed the excavator even more and continued moving it at a snail’s pace as the man’s feet gently touched the ground. He slowed it even further and allowed the man to come to a stop at his own speed. The man ran when his feet first touched the ground and then gradually slowed enough so he could let go of the rope safely. Prince barked and jumped on the man, who was grinning from ear to ear. As soon as that man let go of the rope, the next one in line grabbed onto the end of it and they were off again.

Enchanted watched dumbfounded as the man grabbed the rope and gave Charmed the universal ready sign with one thumb extended in the air. Prince barked and pranced in place, waiting for the man to take off. Charmed started the ride slowly, never taking his eyes off the man on the ground, and deftly operating the controls. The man started walking to build up momentum, and then increased his speed on the ground as the speed of the excavator picked up as well. Prince ran beside him, barking his encouragement. When the man was running on his tiptoes, Charmed increased the speed of the machine and angled the boom out so the man was swinging through the air, with the big barking dog following his progress. Everyone on the ground, except Enchanted, cheered.

Enchanted watched the man on the swing, willing him to hold on, inching forward without realizing it until she bumped up against her grandmother’s scooter.

About the Author:
I live in a very small town in Northern Pennsylvania. I am blessed with one of everything... one husband, one son, one daughter, one dog, one cat, and a pet bunny. I have always wanted to be an author and have been writing stories in my head for years.

When not writing, I am a Bookkeeper and Tax Preparer. I enjoy cooking, swimming, crocheting, flowers, wild birds, cute scarecrows (not the scary kind), photography, and the Pittsburgh Steelers. In my spare time, I volunteer at the local senior center, public library as well as various church activities.

I am an avid reader, reading mostly romance, although I am willing to try almost any book that is recommended. I like to be entertained but not scared. My favorite authors are Jennifer Crusie and Janet Chapman. My favorite books are Faking it, Agnes and the Hitman, Bet Me, the Highlander series, The Man Must Marry, and the Magic Series by Patricia rice.

I love country music and listen to it every chance I get. I can be found dancing to the beat everywhere I go. My favorite season is Tax Season.

I am a 2010 and 2011 Participant and Winner of NaNoWriMo  (National Novel Writing Month Participating in NaNoWriMo helped me take two of the stories from my head to the page. It was an awesome experience and I recommend every budding author give it a try.

I am a member of Romance Writer’s of America

Redneck Heaven is the result of Participating in NaNoWriMo 2010.

What the Hellsville? is the result of Participating in NaNoWriMo in 2011.

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Giveaway Info:
Prize is 10 eBook copies of “What the Hellsville?” (1 each to 10 winners). Contest is tour-wide and open internationally. Must be 18 years of age or older to enter. Ends Nov 27.

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